We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
NJ post-COVID job recovery impressive, but starting to slow down
From February 2010 to February 2020, New Jersey added a steady 400,000 jobs, but March and April's losses wiped out more than double the preceding decade's growth.
No 14-day quarantine? Murphy says he wasn't that close to staffer
Gov. Murphy and his wife hope to end their quarantine after less than a week. A meaningful close contact would have required a 14-day quarantine.
Murphy leaves event after learning of possible COVID-19 exposure
Gov. Phil Murphy said he was getting a coronavirus test for the second time this week.
$552K Grant to Help Expand COVID-19 Testing in Cape May County
Officials in Cape May County have announced they will be receiving over $552,000 from a grant to aid in expanding COVID-19 testing across the county.
Egg Harbor Twp NJMVC Office Closed Due to COVID-positive Employee
The State of New Jersey says the Motor Vehicle Commission office in Cardiff/Egg Harbor Township is closing due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.
As COVID Cases Increase, AtlantiCare Revises Visitor Policy
AtlantiCare announced changes to their visitor policy on Friday in response to an increase in the number of reported coronavirus cases in New Jersey.
After 190 deaths at veterans homes, Murphy fires multiple leaders
In the biggest administrative shakeup during the pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Friday that he had replaced leadership at the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Citing COVID Increase, Shore Medical Center to Prohibit Visitors
Citing a recent increase in cases of COVID-19 across the region, officials with Shore Medical Center in Somers Point will be instating a policy that prohibits most people from visiting the hospital.
Egg Harbor City Lays Out Trick or Treating Guidelines
While most Halloween celebrations in Egg Harbor City involve trick-or-treating, costume parties, trunk-or-treats, and parades, this year will look a little different because of the COVID-19 pandemic.